February 26, 2021

On April 23, 2021 Swedish / American Death Metallers HOUSE BY THE CEMETARY will release their debut full length “Rise Of The Rotten” via Pulverised Records on CD and digitally. The vinyl release will follow on May 14, 2021. The following tracks will appear on it: ‘Rise Of The Rotten’, ‘Contagious Madness’, ‘Crematory Whore’, ‘Defleshed By The Seasons’, ‘A Morbid Scent’, ‘Into The Murky Depths’, ‘Eaten By The Horrid’, ‘The Wretched One’ and ‘March Of The Undead’. The title track is already streaming over here. HOUSE BY THE CEMETARY is a new project of Rogga Johansson that also features MONSTROSITY frontman Mike Hrubovcak and PAGANIZER drummer Matthias Fiebig. The album was recorded at different studios, mixed and mastered by Ronnie Björnström at EAP Productions and features artwork by Malaysian illustrator Iron Gravefix (THORNS OF HATE, ABIGAIL, BONE GNAWER). More HOUSE BY THE CEMETARY at https://pulverised.bandcamp.com/album/rise-of-the-rotten

Norwegian Black Metallers INFLABITAN are streaming their debut full length “Intrinsic“ in its entirety at this location now. The album has just been released via Soulseller Records on CD and in digital formats. A vinyl edition release will follow on May 07, 2021. For all additional INFLABITAN information check out www.facebook.com/inflabitanintrinsic

Canadian progressive Death / Thrashers CATHARTIC DEMISE have just released a guitar playthrough video for the song ‘For Power’. You can watch it at this location. The official video for the song is available here. The band will release their debut full length “In Absence” on April 09, 2021. It was recorded and mixed by Jonah Kay at HM Studio in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and mastered by Jamie King. The cover artwork was created by Ioannis Vassilopoulas. The full tracklist reads as follows: ‘With Lust’, ‘For Power’, ‘Blade In The Dark’, ‘Silence Within’, ‘Pale Imitations’, ‘Disparity’, ‘In Absence’, ‘Waves’ and ‘Desire’. More about CATHARTIC DEMISE at www.facebook.com/catharticdemise

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